Probate Real Estate at Wholesale Prices
Who are we?
Supplying the industry's hottest off-market probate real estate leads. You can find real estate off the retail grid. Our raw data is cross-referenced with tax and property appraiser records, to name a few, and delivered in most states in one day. To be steps ahead of the competition, we get you first on the scene at warp speed. You can find real estate with actual equity from motivated sellers. Our Products include Probate. Doing the research will save you time, so you can focus on revenue-generating activities such as wholesaling, rehabbing, and flipping properties. We gauge our success as a company by the success of our customers.
The last thing you want is to market to people with old data. We've heard horror stories of wasting time and money only to discover the real estate sold months ago. Don't let it happen to you.
Are you competing in the real estate market?
Off-market real estate is for sale but not listed on multiple listing services (MLS). Because they’re not advertised publicly, off-market listings give investors a rare opportunity to scoop up potentially lucrative deals in otherwise competitive and high-value markets. There may be a financial dilemma or an owner looking to exit the property quickly.
Real estate at below retail prices?
A wholesale deal is a short-term real estate investment strategy investors use to realize relatively fast profits. Wholesale deals start with investors finding properties that can be purchased for less than their market value. Once a property has been identified, wholesalers may execute one of two wholesale strategies: pay cash, write a check with a quick deed transfer, or use the “contract assignment” strategy with a “double close.”
As its name suggests, the double close strategy will have the investor buy the home from the seller so that they may turn around and sell it for a profit to another investor in a short period. On the other hand, the assignment of contract strategy won’t require the investor to purchase the home. Instead of buying the property, wholesalers may sign a contract with the property’s current owner, which gives the investor the sole right to purchase the home. Otherwise known as a purchase and sale agreement, the contract may be sold to a subsequent end buyer for a small profit. That’s an important distinction to make, as the assignment of contract strategy will have wholesalers sell their rights to buy the home.
Probate properties are motivated sellers.
A "motivated seller" is a property owner willing to sell the home below market value. The term could also refer to someone who would considerably sell their property with terms that favor you. Some favorable real estate terms include no money down, interest only, or creative financing. Sometimes, you'll find a seller that meets many of these criteria. Often, a motivated seller has a strict timeline that they are trying to meet. For instance, they aim to move the property quickly because you are ready to purchase within hours.
It often is when something seems too good to be true in life. However, certain real estate investments buck the trend and are the exception when capitalized effectively.
Networking probate property near you
Investors and others in the real estate profession attend meetups and clubs—an excellent resource for networking for new and seasoned investors. Meet our staff and customers at an event. ForeclosuresDaily.com is an approved vendor at a National Real Estate Investors Association (REIA) event near you. See our calendar of upcoming EVENTS near you.
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Marketing off-market real estate
Moreover, "The early bird gets the worm" and "The squeaky wheel gets the grease" are crucial to success. Finding the owner or person who can execute a deed is essential. Marketing to Foreclosure listings and Probate estates takes a different approach in marketing campaigns. Your Probate lead source, for example, starts with a unique 4-6 week mailing campaign. We recommend handwritten letters with colored envelopes and distinctive markings. Postcards are fast and effective.
Marketing must include working the returned mail and people changing addresses over time. Databases, databases, courthouses, and property appraisers, to name a few, need to be updated or corrected information. In addition, skip tracing is a tool to sort out address issues and phone numbers, broaden your search, and give you more information. For example, if John Doe has three addresses, could you mail all three? Each lead source is marketed differently based on life events. We do not recommend calling heirs at first. A high percentage of family members are in the grieving process. Other lead types require knocking on doors and, for this reason, employing all means necessary to beat your competitor to the deal. What works for you depends on location demographics and other factors, including personal preferences.